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Economic Scavenger Hunt

economics scavenger hunt: find someone who...can answer this question/give an example of an economic concept!

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from Forbes

Five Economic Lessons Of The Hunger Games

Very interesting article- Five Economic Lessons of The Hunger Games from @Forbes online.

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High School Economics Unit Plan for 1/2 Credit - Layered Soul Homeschool

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Candy Bar Supply and Demand Activity

Candy Bar Supply and Demand Activity Purpose Through this hands on activity students will learn the importance of preparing and giving a sales pitch, as well as, how supply and demand impacts the economy and the products produced. This activity can be used as an attention grabber at the beginning of the year, lesson, or even a the end of the lesson as a review.

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Economics Unit

This economics unit includes 33 goods vs. service cards for sorting and high engagement games 9 vocabulary cards technology resources 6 student response sheets covering the concepts of goods/services, opportunity cost, and consumers/producers. 11 page early reader "What is... Economics?" for students introducing economic vocabulary and concepts covered in the unit. $

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The concept of supply and demand is often called the heart and soul of economics. It is the foundation for much of what is studied in the field. Understanding how supply and demand affect the economy helps us recognize economics everywhere in our daily lives.

The concept of supply and demand is often called the heart and soul of economics. It is the foundation for much of what is studied in the field. Understanding how supply and demand affect the economy helps us recognize economics everywhere in our daily lives.

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from Teacher Trap

Personal Financial Literacy

Personal Financial Literacy Economics Vocabulary Anchor Chart

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from The Friendly Teacher

Market Day Economics Project

Social studies projects make learning so much more fun! This economics lesson is great for Third Graders to show off their business skills! Check out these great business ideas that these kiddos came up with!

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Economics: Supply and Demand

Students identify the cause-effect relationships between supply/demand and the price they pay in a market economy. A printable from my lesson - Economics: Supply and Demand.

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Economics: Supply and Demand

“Economics: Supply and Demand” is a Social Studies lesson that focuses on understanding the law of supply and demand and its effect on prices in a market economy. The original informational text provides an overview of the definitions of supply and demand, as well as several real-world examples of how this principle plays out in the economy.

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